I truly enjoyed the Telluride experience and learned a lot from both the patient stores/videos and even from my fellow participants. It is important for everyone in healthcare to work together to make patient safety of the upmost importance at their institution. As a resident, in a busy situation things can be missed, so our program started sepsis huddles not that long ago, which brought things to both resident and nursing staff attention. This allows us to not miss a sick patient on our radar and to come up with an adequate plan with the residents, bedside nurse and charge nurse and if the patient does not improve to involve other services like calling a rapid response. Small changes like this allow us to continue to work on improving patient safety and I hope to be a part of the improvements in patient safety at my institution.